The Peacemaker was fishing. I did not realize how hungry I was until I saw him fishing. Suddenly something pulled on it and let go. The pole whacked him in the head. He fell unconscious almost capsized the boat. The fishing pole floated away slowly starting to sink. We finally arrived. The peacemaker was awake but still clueless. I had to reunite him alone. I climbed up the mountain avoiding guards scanning the area, snuck through the wall and into the base. As soon as I went into the base two heavily armed soldiers gripped me by my hands and dragged me to Tadodaho. I was nervous what they would do to me and then I saw Tadodaho he looked at me and recognized me right away. He told the guards to lock me in a prison. It was pitch black.
I could see a white blob in the distance. It was gradually moving closer and closer until it was right under me. It took out a shiny gold object, a key. I heard a click. The cage door opened. It took it’s hood off. It was a she. I jumped out of the cage trying to make minimal noise. I rammed at the door and it broke. Wood was flying everywhere. Which sounded the alarm.We were out of the castle, so were the dozens of soldiers following us. I now knew who she was, The Peace Queen. I ran out of the village gate. The peace queen was right at the edge of the gate. She stopped. She smiled, turned around, and started making herself a distraction. I started running away. Thoughts were popping in my head. What would happen to her? Why did she stay behind? What would Tadodaho do to her? I heard a scream. I knew the answers to all of my questions.
I rushed down to the peacemaker. I told him everything that happened. He was not unconscious anymore. He told me what he had to do. I followed. We reunited all the tribes. We needed all the persuasion we could get. I got all the chiefs. We marched up the steps. The peacemaker was furious. He made symbols with his hand and the guards stood still, paralyzed. Tadodaho stood in front of them. He told the guards to attack. They did not listen. The peacemaker snapped his fingers. The guards marched behind the peacemaker. Tadodaho was outnumbered. He was pleading for forgiveness. The peacemaker laughed. Not a mean laugh, but he laughed that if Tadodaho thought we would not forgive him. The peacemaker told him that he could join this nation.
“Tadodaho is welcome in our nation. More than welcome. He shall become our leader.”
Life was reverting back to normal. Better than normal. I now live with my family. I also get special treatments from Tadodaho, our new leader. Together we are the Iroquois Nation.